Chris has been a regular on the Fringe scene for the last six years producing and directing Upstart Crow’s sporty adaptations of Shakespeare (2001-2005) as well as performing the title role in an abridged outdoor production of Cyrano de Bergerac (Red Letter, 2004). Recently he has appeared in a trio of Shakespeare productions at Alchemy Theatre: the title role in Timon of Athens (2005) and Antony in both Julius Caesar (2005) and Antony and Cleopatra (2006). He continues to work as an educator in both public and independent education helping students with their own creative expressions and has most recently ventured into publishing independent Canadian authored drama predominantly for middle and high school consideration. For this production he finds it refreshing to not be speaking in blank verse or running around with a whistle in his mouth.
For Triple Take:
- It Was Kit – Actor (Christopher (Kit) Marlowe)